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Golfers in the News July 2021

European Tour - Nacho Elvira
Mon, 26th Jul 2021
Cazoo Open - Celtic Manor - Newport - Wales - 22nd to the 25th of July, 2021.

Spanish player Nacho Elvira won his maiden title on the European Tour in Newport, Wales in a play-off against Justin Harding from South Africa. In third position was Mikko Korhomen from Finland. Nacho Elvira moved to 57th place in the Race to Dubai and 268th in the World Rankings.

Challenge Tour - Ricardo Gouveia
Mon, 26th Jul 2021
Italian Challenge - Fubine - Piedmont - Italy - 22nd to the 25th of July, 2021.

Portuguese golfer Ricardo Gouveia won his maiden title on the Challenge Tour in Fubine, Italy. Two strokes behind was Lukas Nemecz from Austria with Englishman Andrew Wilson a further two strokes in third position. Ricardo Gouveia moved into 324 place in the World Rankings.

Legends Tour - Stephen Dodd
Mon, 26th Jul 2021
Senior Open - Sunningdale - Berkshire - England - 2nd to the 25th of July, 2021,

Welsh golfer Stephen Dodd gained his third win on the Tour at the Seniors Open in Sunningdale, England. One stroke more was Miguel Angel Jimenez from Spain. In third place was Englishman Darren Clarke. Stephen Dodd moved to 1898th place in the World Rankings.

European Tour - Collin Morikawa
Mon, 19th Jul 2021
The 149th Open - Royal St. George - Sandwich - Kent - England - 15th to the 18th of July, 2021.

American golfer Collin Morikawa gained his third title by winning the 149th Open on the European Tour by two strokes from Jordan Spieth also from the USA. With a further two more strokes were Louis Oosthuizen and Jan Rahm. With this outstanding win Collin Morikawa moved to 1st place in the Race to Dubai and to 3rd in the World Rankings.

Challenge Tour - Stuart Manley
Mon, 19th Jul 2021
Euram Bank Open - Adamstal - Ramsau - Austria - 15th to the 18th of July, 2021.

Stuart Manley from Wales gained his maiden title on Austria on the Challenge Tour by one stroke from Euan Ferguson from Scotland. One stroke further back were Oliver Bekker from South Africa and Matias Honkala from Finland. Stuart Manley moved to 481st position int eh World Rankings.

European Tour - Min Woo Lee
Mon, 12th Jul 2021
Scottish Open - Renaissance Club- North Berwick - Scotland - 8th to the 11th of July, 2021.

Australian player Min Woo Lee gained his second title on the European Tour in a play-off against Belgium's Thomas Detry. One stroke further back were Lucas Herbert from Australia, Ryan Palmer from the USA and Ian Poulter from England. Min Woo Lee moved to 7th place in the Race to Dubai and 61st in the World Rankings.

Challenge Tour - Marcel Siem
Mon, 12th Jul 2021
Le Vaudreuil Golf Challenge - Le Vaudreuil - France - 8th to the 11th of July, 2021.

German golfer Marcel Siem with four European Tour wins the title on the Challenge tour in France. By one stroke he beat Hugo Leon from Chile whilst two Spanish players finished four further strokes behind, Ivan Contero Gutierrez and Alfredo Garcia-Heredia. Marcel Siem moved to the 302nd place in the World Rankings.

Legends Tour - Jim Furyk
Mon, 12th Jul 2021
US Senior Open - Omaha - Nebraska - USA - 8th to the 11th of July, 2021.

The renown American golfer Jim Furyk won the US Open on the Legends Tour in Nebraska by three strokes from two players, South African Retief Goosen and Mike Weir from Canada. This win placed Jim Furyk in 457th position int he World Rankings.

European Tour - Lucas Herbert
Tue, 6th Jul 2021
Irish Open - Mount Juliet - Thomastown - Co. Kilkenny - Ireland - 1st to the 4th of July, 2021.

Australian golfer Lucas Herbert won his second title on the European Tour in Ireland by three strokes from Sweden's Rikard Karlberg. In third place with more stroke was Johannes Veerman from the USA. Lucas Herbert is now in 18th position in the Race to Dubai and 55th in the World Rankings.

Challenge Tour - Marcel Schneider
Tue, 6th Jul 2021
Kaskada Golf Challenge - Brno - Czech Republic - 1st to the 4th of July, 2021.

Marcel Schneider gained his maiden title on the Challenge Tour in Brno by one stroke from New Zealand's Josh Geary, Dimitrios Papadatos from Australia, and Lorenzo Scalise from Italy. Marcel Schneider moved to 141st place in the Race to Dubai and 259th in the World Rankings.

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